Fully compliant with all St Lucia Covid requirements.
Spice of Life is a beautiful, family-sized villa located in the south of the stunning island of St. Lucia in the Caribbean, overlooking the Atlantic coast. Set on a tropical hillside, the villa benefits from the sea breeze all year round. It is situated at the less-developed end of the island in a small, private development comprising just 10 luxury villas, and offers well-equipped, spacious accommodation and a private pool. You can enjoy the villa purely as a luxurious, peaceful retreat from the daily grind, or as a base from which to explore the rest of this amazing island. Spice of Life is only 10 minutes from the second largest town, although once you've begun to unwind by the pool, you may not want to go anywhere else.
Other information: The kitchen is very well equipped with crockery for 12, glass selection, cutlery and wide variety of cooking equipment. Equipment includes: coffee machine; coffee grinder; ice bucket; bread maker; microwave; toaster; blender; and usual pots and pans.
We can arrange for hire car to be at airport, kitchen to be stocked, etc (to be paid on arrival).
At extra cost we can arrange a cook.
One of the maids will do babysitting (arrange locally).
There is a security guard 6pm-6am, gardeners and a pool maintenance man. The office is staffed during office hours and will be happy to help organise anything you may need.
As its St Lucia, they drive on the British side of the road and use UK style plugs.
St Lucia: St Lucia is, without doubt, the jewel of the Caribbean - a lush, tropical gem sitting between the calm Caribbean Sea to the west and the Atlantic Ocean to the east. It offers an array of beautiful habitats, from steep coastlines and glorious beaches, to mountainous rainforest and stunning reefs. There's plenty to explore, whether you are in the mood for shopping in the bustling capital, Castries, trekking through the rainforest to take in the breathtaking spires of Les Pitons, or losing yourself in the history and culture of the island, such as the 18th century British fort or the annual jazz festival. On our website, you'll find some more detailed information about the island, as well as some useful links.